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CSPAN
Jan 6, 2014 10:00am EST
cable satellite corp. 2014] >> this morning, the defense minister of estonia is scheduled to speak about the future of nato. the defense minister is expected to address defense priorities, security challenges, along with the current nato operations. nato was formed in 1949, with estonia becoming a eight -- a member state in 2004. >> we are live for remarks on the future of nato. the defense minister of estonia is expected to address defense priorities, security challenges, along with current nato operations. , here inosted by csis washington. it is expected to get underway in just a moment. we will show you a roundtable talk on the congressional agenda from this morning's "washington journal." good morning, ladies and gentlemen. thank you for making it hereto csis. program the security here. i am not heather connolly. florida,as trapped in of all places, by canceled flights yesterday. in good news is she ended up a place with the warmest weather in the u.s., the bad news is, there are no flights going there, so she could not get out. i have the pleasure of introducing urmas reinsalu. the
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2014 4:00pm EST
introducing the minister of defense of the republic of estonia. he has been a member of the estonian parliament since 2003. prior to 2000 three, he was a lecturer at the academy of security studies and has held a number of positions advising the estonian government. we are triplets to have him here today to discuss estonia's military modernization plans ahead of the september 2014 nato summit. after his remarks, we will discuss some of the issues most relevant to estonia's defense, then we will open up the session to questions from the audience. so please join me in a round of applause for the minister. [applause] >> thank you very much for warm, welcoming words. i am coming from the nordic country where we are having an exceptional situation. we do not have snow. i am delighted to be here and i am very proud that among us are to helicopter pilots from estonia's air forces, who have served in afghanistan with you and now serve in the maryland national guard. i welcome you here. we will mark a number of important --. anniversaires. 100 years since sarajevo and outbreak of world war i,
ABC
Jan 1, 2014 11:00pm PST
it on the chin from a stout defense. tyler gaff neither runs over a defender. a 77-yard drive. trailing 17-7 michigan state and scores 17 in a row. connor cook and trailing four with less than two minutes left. he was stuffed. michigan state's run defense comes up huge and they win the 100th rose bowl. it was 24-20. they were completing a four-year run. they won two, lost two and larry beil will have reaction from the stanford locker room coming up later in sports. >> frustrating. see you in a little bit. >>> a new year and a new security breech. next on abc7 news, a wildly popular photo sharing app hacked. personal information posted on the internet. why this breech could put your other accounts at risk. and strapping lights from -- and strange lights from sacramento to hollywood. and we have more on the mysterious new year's eve ufo. and getting fit is a popular new year's resolution. why changing how you eat may be the key to series of high-tech security breeches. skype's official twitter account was hacked today. several tweets including this one bashing microsoft were posted and then
KOFY
Jan 1, 2014 11:30pm PST
. >> they won in 1902 and in this the 100th version they took it on the chin from a stout defense. tyler gaff neither runs over a defender. a 77-yard drive. trailing 17-7 michigan state and scores 17 in a row. connor cook and trailing four with less than two minutes left. he was stuffed. michigan state's run defense comes up huge and they win the 100th rose bowl. it was 24-20. they were completing a four-year run. they won two, lost two and larry beil will have reaction from the stanford locker room coming up later in sports. >> frustrating. see you in a little bit. >>> a new year and a new security breech. next on abc7 news, a wildly popular photo sharing app hacked. personal information posted on the internet. why this breech could put your other accounts at risk. and strapping lights from -- and strange lights from sacramento to hollywood. and we have more on the mysterious new year's eve ufo. and getting fit is a popular new year's resolution. why changing how you eat may be the key to sh >>> we are learning about a series of high-tech security breeches. skype's official twitter account w
NBC
Jan 4, 2014 11:00pm EST
offense now. there are holes in this new orleans saints defense. you just see it. we saw it during that one drive where they kind of start to get the rhythm going and now they're going to come up and press these wide receivers. they've seen enough of that. >> al: second and two. to mccoy. and enough for a first down. unpiled at the 42 yard line of the saints. 6:00 left. >> cris: you're not going to survive long on the outside, though, with corey white and desean jackson one-on-one without getting a throw down there at some point. >> al: foles going deep downfield. and it's incomplete but a flag comes in. along with corey white. it will make it a first and goal off the pass interference. >> referee: pass interference, defense, number 24. automatic first down. >> cris: corey white had to know it was coming. great job by desean jackson. little move. here at the en, a veteran move. come back through the defender and you'll get the call. hands were pinned to his side. easy call. no question about it. but nick foles deserves some credit as well. he looked off the safety to make it a true
NBC
Jan 4, 2014 8:00pm PST
's starting to look like the eagles offense now. there are holes in this new orleans saints defense. you just see it. we saw it during that one drive where they kind of start to get the rhythm going and now they're going to come up and press these wide receivers. they've seen enough of that. >> al: second and two. to mccoy. and enough for a first down. unpiled at the 42 yard line of the saints. 6:00 left. >> cris: you're not going to survive long on the outside, though, with corey white and desean jackson one-on-one without getting a throw down there at some point. >> al: foles going deep downfield. and it's incomplete but a flag comes in. along with corey white. it will make it a first and goal off the pass interference. >> referee: pass interference, defense, number 24. automatic first down. >> cris: corey white had to know it was coming. great job by desean jackson. little move. here at the en, a veteran move. come back through the defender and you'll get the call. hands were pinned to his side. easy call. no question about it. but nick foles deserves some credit as well. he looked off the
PBS
Jan 3, 2014 8:30pm PST
was defense department officials say it showed that could destroy some of serious chemical weapons to be of any flights mission in two weeks. the so called cape may is tiny and kent added that any of court officials say it's equipped with two system is designed to neutralize each and is used in chemical weapons the simple least one attorney in court later this month could still carry out a plan by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons to destroy any chance at sea it is well i do is convert materials that are chemical weapons themselves were precursors for chemical weapons will change them chemically into into compounds that are no longer usable for that. steps i need to control to neutralizing about seven hundred tonnes of honey toxic agents such as signing a non stick pans in the next three months. south korean company representative said reacted to the peace offensive from the north with skepticism. they see the day came down and must show he's ready to d who cries if he wants to improve relations the testing station on the last day. he explained the execution
ABC
Jan 2, 2014 1:05am PST
and in this the 100th version they took it on the chin from a stout defense. tyler gaff neither runs over a defender. a 77-yard drive. trailing 17-7 michigan state and scores 17 in a row. connor cook and trailing four with less than two minutes left. he was stuffed. michigan state's run defense comes up huge and they win the 100th rose bowl. it was 24-20. they were completing a four-year run. they won two, lost two and larry beil will have reaction from the stanford locker room coming up later in sports. >> frustrating. see you in a little bit. >>> a new year and a new security breech. next on abc7 news, a wildly popular photo sharing app hacked. personal information posted on the internet. why this breech could put yourr other accounts at risk. and strapping lights from -- and strange lights from sacramento to hollywood. and we have more on the mysterious new year's eve ufo. and getting fit is a popular new year's resolution. why changing how you eat may be the key to [ man ] adventure, it means taking chances. it means trying something new. [ woman ] just, that uncertainty of what's to come. [ man
CBS
Jan 4, 2014 6:00pm EST
outstanding chemistry out on the floor. >> greg: really have. it's been about what they have done defensively. they got -- had three or four minute stretch from offensive standpoint they got a little out of focus, but other than that they have been pretty solid on that end. >> ian: burgett misses on a pair. atkins has nine assists, he's been able to handle that role. it's a six point game. hard drive, hood is fouled. he went to the rim with a purpose. >> greg: parker on the bench right now. coach krzyzewski not real thrilled with the shot selection. that's going to happen with young players no matter how talented you are, there's a difference between a basketball talent and player. jabari parker is becoming a basketball player, it takes time. >> ian: one-and-one. calmly let's the first freethrow. he has 24 points, fourth foul on austin burgett. three out of three from the freethrow line. chance to cut it to four. and does. 70-66. notre dame. we've got 3:22 to go. get it ahead for jackson. token pressure there from duke. >> greg: if you're duke you have to remain disciplined defensively. don't
ABC
Jan 4, 2014 11:00pm EST
defensive coordinator. north dakota state. a big powerhouse. takes the handoff and keeps it himself for a nine-yard td. their miracle run comes to an end. good news, caps fans. the caps have scored 128 goals. the bad news is they have also given up that many. toh a loss tonight, a fault third place in the metropolitan division. mike green fires the wrister. 2-0, capitals. tied at 3-3. ballard should sit in front of the net. 3. the capitals lose their fourth straight. they are now behind philly in the standings. the big east conference is filled with big-time rivalries. georgetown are meeting for the 104th time. d'vauntes smith-rivera would have a big-time rejection. shovels it ahead. slams it in. and-one. 21-6, hoyas. more suffocating defense. he passed to rivera. substantially at halftime. they win 77-60. but go to college park. putting on a show. downtown.from the terps led by 10 points. to seth allen. allen gets a three of his own. the terps finish with 10 three- pointers on the day. uva and florida state. anderson put on a show. he led the way with 16. 62-50. the saints beat the
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 8:50pm EST
defense, so does this as well and just a final anecdote. and i walked around central jerusalem and i talked about people, i talked and sat with them about three jewish high schoolers were very well spoken and friendly and instead of having like ed classes, having classes about some classes in the context of ed and the danger of this because a virtual but going to be stolen and killed and make them savages. and this is also happening in israeli education. i wanted to go into it and interviewing israeli principles to talk about that. >> it has been suggested that i asked the last question. and let's not look at the next five to 10 years. let's talk about the next 30 to 50 years. this is all that we may expect in the arab world. and is it possible the state of israel will simply find the present situation untenable? that is that the state of israel is one or another way in its present form will cease to exist and many jews may leave and others may become a minority. but no reason, it seems to me, under this perspective to expect as the zionist ideology to maintain itself against the ara
FOX
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm PST
't turn out the way we wanted. >> no it didn't. a defensive battle the cardinal couldn't overcome. michigan state was making its first trip to pasadena since 1988. looked like the defense wasn't all that. he scores from 16 yards out on the first drive. 7-0. 4 minutes in. stanford 10-0. before halftime, cook made a throw that was picked off. anderson goes back 40 yards. stanford back up by 10. 17-17 in the 4th 4th corner. michigan state had its first lead 24-17. stanford added a field goal and then it came down a this. 4th and one play. the spartans take over on downs. then run out the clock. michigan state 24-20 as stanford finishes 11-3. it was about the quality of the spartan defense. >> they played team defense. rallying to the ball. don't stray away from their job. when you see how much problem they cause, we needed to make adjustments and we failed at that. >> we will wrap up the rest of the day's bowl activity at 10:00 p.m. see you then. >> a long list of bowl games. >> always on happy new new year's day -- on new year's day. >>> vigil for a woman killed on new year's eve an
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 7:00pm EST
. the national security act, of course, also created the national security council, and the -- defense department. the creation of the central intelligence agency really laid the foundations for the modern american intelligence community. the fault of the national security act of 1947 was that it seemed to give the central intelligence agency many responsibilities for coordinating the variety of intelligence entities across the federal government, but not enough authority to do the job. so let me break it down for you just, if i could. the cia, of course, is famous for two missions you're all familiar with. covert action and the recruitment of spies around the world. the security act of '47 also sought to make the cia director give him another mission, which was to manage the community to be the dci and coordinate the growing infrastructure of intelligence agencies that had begun to group around world war ii. as you approached through the cold war years, a variety of task forces and commissions noticed that the underlying ability of the director of central intelligence to coordinate, for example,
CSPAN
Dec 30, 2013 1:00am EST
. other ones is you can't use to bead yens to orders defense. others are that there's universal jurisdiction to prosecute international crimes. that's why in spain they go after george bush, for example. and then one of them is that when you prosecute people in an international tribunal, you can use a principle that is similar to the united states' conspiracy or pinkerton rule or a felony murder rule -- i'll stop and tell you what that means. the u.s. is pretty unique in the breadth of our conspiracy rules. and so in the u.s. if you join a l criminal activity and you say, dan, you and i, we're going to go rob a bank, and i want you to be the getaway driver. i'll go in and do the bank thing. >> perfect. >> so i'm in the bank, and we thought we were just going to do a bank robbery, we weren't going to bring guns, babe just toy -- maybe just toy guns, but i brought a gun. they catch you running away, and they're going to prosecute you not just for being an accomplice, but for felony murder because you were part of this criminal enterprise. >> joint criminal enterprise. >> and so in
NBC
Jan 3, 2014 8:00pm PST
. >> but to the defense, it was quite simply bunk. >> i listened to it i don't know 100 times, i don't hear that. >> defense attorney ron powell told the jury mark found his wife just after someone attacked her and told 911 this. >> 911 your emergency. >> i got, i got my wife and blood everywhere. >> "i found my wife" and then that sound the state claims was an expletive the defense said was reading the word "sick" so i found my wife sick. listen again. >> i got, i -- my wife sick and blood everywhere. >> do you think if they heard it that clear that this guy says i killed my wife and he's the only one home, you don't think they're arresting this guy, if that happened? what are they waiting for? they didn't arrest him until four months later. >> meanwhile, said the defense, police failed to follow up on plenty of evidence that in a town plagued by drug-related crime intruders intended on theft could certainly have been surprised by karen, then killed her, then fled. there was an unidentified car parked nearby time of the murder, another car seen speeding away from the neighborhood as the cops ra
FOX Business
Jan 1, 2014 11:00pm EST
? >> it may well be. it's still under attack. and you have to keep your defenses up. so in talking about the defense budget. if i had my choice between spending money on metal or digital protection, i will go with digital protection every single day of the week. if you look at russia. and there are conversations, with a warship, it is a situation where it takes a number of years to build. all of the technology in the warship is already obslete. and it's not going to serve the purpose then. on top of that, if i want to destabilize the united states, do you think i will attack a port or an ally? or should i attack the nasdaq, the new york stock exchange? neil: so you think this is part of folks that have these intentions. >> oh, definitely. are you kidding? that is why i am such an opponent of high frequency trading. i've talked to people in the administration were they say what they think the biggest threat is. if i want to destabilize the economy of the united states, i set up a fund of trading this and then all of a sudden, i have a fat finger and make a i make a mistake knowing that it
PBS
Jan 6, 2014 9:00am PST
is to take defensive moves to boost business across the country and ended years of deflation he hopes improved earnings at companies will lead to higher wages and more personal spending. the prime minister also spoke about nuclear energy a major issue in the wake of the two thousand and eleven accidents and for fishermen value cheeky says the government has no plans at this point to build new plants king doesn't that seem only those nuclear power plants would that satisfy strict new safety standards will be allowed to resume operations. currently we have no plans to give the go ahead to new nuclear plant building projects political reporters across japan are going through a prime minister on the set line by line harmless i am at the gym i gave this his perspective. learning them relations with china south korea will be easy. ernest thomas says he wants to explain why he went to tuscany shrine. but he admits that talks with china and south korea. i'm not on the prize. and south korean prison camp communities. seas to see. she suggested on monday in her first news conference of the year
NBC
Dec 29, 2013 8:30pm PST
to have a tough game next week against san francisco. the 49ers are a defense that can go and win on the road. but i like where green bay is sitting. they got aaron rodgers back. they also got randall cobb back and their offense is energized now. they have some defensive deficiencies. i believe with rodgers and cobb back i they can go on the road and win. >> the play we just saw the play that won it at soldier field for the packers was a fourth and eight near midfield that went for the game-winning touchdown. >>> on to the afc. the broncos have home field. the patriots get the other bye. the bengals are the third seed. they host the chargers. but grab the final playoff spot with their overtime win against the chiefs. the chiefs will travel to indianapolis for the other wild card game. tony, the broncos were the number one seed last year and they lost at home to the ravens in overtime. do you see a team in the field that could beat the broncos this year? >> well, i think new england obviously would have the best chance but i really feel like this is denver's year and this is peyton
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 12:00pm EST
be complicating things. >> yeah, i any it is. but israel looks at this as defensive. it looks at this as we have three basically steps to our defensive. a local missile defense system that protects from missiles from gaza, and a median that protects from hezbollah groups from lebanon, the arrow three is what we saw tested today. that's u.s. funded and it flies very high, very quickly and tries to intercept missiles with nuclear, chemical, or bilogical tips wide up in the air. israel says that iran and syria has those weapons, and it is no secret that israel has been very outspoken about worrying about iran's intentions, that's why they bring in this missile system and test it one and one, and thanks the u.s., and united states senators who were visiting here today for actually funding this missile system as something they believe they need to secure their state in the future. >> and nick there was somewhat of an olive branch issued to secretary kerry concerning the settlements but not much. >> not at all, as one israeli official put it to me, we were going to announce 1400 before he leaves, if w
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 3:00am EST
massacres. it's a different rhetoric almost as if they are on the defensive. and on the ground it seems we are relying on information from act visits on the ground that the i.s.i.l. is on the definitive. the rebels are attacking their positions. the foreign fighters were caught offguard were they - did they send reinforcements to fight the iraqi army allowing the rebels to make the gains on the ground. it's still too early to tell what the foreign fighters will do. what we do know is they are well armed and well trained. at the end of the day, for them to survive, they'll need the environment that would welcome them the people the popular support, and it seems popular support is turning against them. >> and there has been a claim of responsibility for a recent afac in beirut. tell us more about that zana. >> yes, on thursday there was another attack targetting the southern suburbs, a shia area a place where hezbollah has supporters. four people were killed. late yesterday the islamic state in iraq and levant the group coming under attack from the syrian rebels i
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2014 2:00pm EST
. roughly 2.5 to four times as much on cyber offense research as they are on cyber defense research. if you go back and connect to security studies, it is a lot like thinking the best way to protect your glass house from a gang of roving teens is to buy a stone sharpening kit. that is the implication here. we need to come to balance on not only how we talk about how we assess these threats, but also a balance in what we are spending on and how we approach it. >> just from a political perspective, one of the things that i think is a novel aspect from the international conflict prospective is we talk about attacking their systems and they talk about attacking our systems. they are the same systems. we are using the same platforms. often we are going to be faced exploitecision of do we the other guy or two we work towards defending ourselves? once you realize it is not just them,st them -- us versus you find many different ways and the many different them's. we are all better off if we move toward security. >> i think one of the reasons people are outraged is because they're not just undermini
CBS
Jan 5, 2014 6:30pm PST
? >> yeah. >> you do? >> yes. >> in their defense b.a.r.t says times have changed. funds dried up. meaning b.a.r.t has to kick in more out of their pocket. they promise riders will benefit from the money. it will mean new railcars and maintenance facility and a new train control system. what about those reported bonuses for b.a.r.t staff. it is true but there is a contingency of money. >> okay. it will only be available to the workers if the ridership throws the curves and it will be from new sources from the nonexisting budget. >> the bonus came out of the recent contract association that was ratified over the weekend. moving us one step closer to a finalized b.a.r.t deal. >> but, there is still one more step, local 1021, they say take that vote january 13th. in daly city, back to you. >> there are a couple other stations where the price of parking is is going up. $3 for daly city and $6 at west oakland. >>> animals with no affordable care act. the help that the wildlife museum needs to care for and connect people to wildlife. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, for cultural institutions tt rely on donations
PBS
Dec 30, 2013 6:30pm PST
target has done that. they say the best position is take a defensive position, here target is just being defensive, not offensive. >>> and what is the key lesson you would say in management crisis of how to handle this situation much better? >> well, i think first of all, look by example, look what happened to t.j.maxx? didn't anyone learn from that? and what is the actual brand position on this, it is obviously really important. but most importantly, the whole effort needs to be put onto the consumer so that they can actually leverage their understanding of what has gone on and target can regain that trust. this is the critical thing, how do you deal with your consumers? how do you provide upright and forthright information to consumers to enable them to make decisions. at the moment they just don't know what to do. >> so let's say the ceo of target did everything you outlined tonight. what are the chances and how long might it take for the company to regain the trust? >> it could take months, perhaps years, most importantly it takes a strong strategy and leadership, including their age
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 10:00am EST
predicted it would be on friday morning or late thursday night. that is in part because the flood defenses that have been built over the last few years seem to have held up. we were in a place called upton on seven this morning, and their new flood defense system was built over the last couple of years. one guy told us he had been flooded six times in 14 years with water coming up here. but now he seems to be fine, very happy that flood system is in place protecting his town. we're expecting more bad weather in the coming days. >> you mentioned flood defenses. does it depend where you live and how it comes about. >> reporter: well, it is a long process and very expensive process to build blood defenses. the one that we saw cost $7 million. so each flood defense system costs a lot of money and that has become a political issue in the last couple of days. the environment agency, which manages britain's flood defense systems is undergoing restructuring and a number of jobs will go, 1500 jobs, and we understand that jobs will go among the floods teams. so that is opening up the debate about ho
FOX News
Jan 1, 2014 2:00pm PST
and running. conservatives going for defense cuts, confounding democrats. washington wondering if the progressives capstone achievement may be their undoing. a freshman senator leading his party down a road its senior statesman would rather not go. we're going to try to make sense of the last 12 months. we start with another paradox of sorts, a condrey of young political activists against the president's signature legislation. >>> november 10th, 2013. the month after the obamacare exchange is open for business. thousands of university of miami and virginia tech fans party outside of sun life stadium. but this is more than a pregame tailgate bash. it sounds a lot like a call to civil disobedience. >> thousands of people will sign up for obamacare? >> hopefully. >> john feinberg, the president of generation opportunity would deny that. >> you have been traveling the country telling young people to ignore the law? >> no, not at all. >> oh, come on, we have cameras falling you around and you tell young people to opt out. >> no doubt we are telling people to opt out. >> are you read
FOX News
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm PST
and killing 17-year-old trayvon martin in february of 2012 but he argued it was self-defense the. he tried for -- he was tried for second degree murder after critics claimed the neighborhood watch volunteer targeted the teenager because he was black and demanded justice for trayvon. trace gallagher has a look back. >> reporter: the prosecution began the trial of the year with with a flurry of obscenities relaying what george zimmerman told the police dispatcher minutes before he t shot trayvon martin. [ bleep ]. these [ bleep ] always get away. those were the words in that grown man's mouth. >> reporter: the defense began with a joke. >> knock-knock. who's there? george zimmerman. >> reporter: the joke fell flat but the defense recovered by catching the prosecution's star witness rachel jantal who was on the phone with trayvon martin before the shooting in a number of inconsistencies. >> when you were talking about that sale thing again instead of saying what are you talking about, it became what are you doing around here? correct? >> yes. >> reporter: a large part of the t case hinged on
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2013 9:00am EST
position like linebacker or defensive back at the end of level for years and years? there might be something there, but that doesn't mean every kid is playing pop warner is going to be condemned to a -- it's reckless to put that four. i think that's what the lawsuit did. the irony of the nfl lawsuit was that the players heard every lead that they were not suing here but they didn't hurt the one lake they were suing one bit. in the nfl, approaching about $10 billion in revenue. you know, they are the highest rated television show, sunday night football. a league that sells parking spaces on game day for 50 bucks, they don't have to worry about paying out $755 million. they will survive. they are doing fine. but a league that those candy bars door-to-door to pay for shoulder pads, those are the leagues that really have to worry. recently there was a poll conducted on hbo real sports and marist college in which they asked people, knowing what you know about football and brain injuries, would you allow your kid to play? 33% had reservations about allowing their kid to play. we are a
KRON
Jan 1, 2014 11:00pm PST
was all ucf. he runs it in all over the place saying where is the defense. no defense out there. rumors out there that blake could be a raiders draft pick. time will tell. on to the capital bowl. south carolina. head coach, down 17-13. 23 yards, hits the pie pilon. he was doused in gatorade. south carolina take this is one 34-24. returning pro leads to xfinity play of the day. johnny manziel is available. who should they take? you can send your answer to e- mail, twitter, or facebook. we will read your comments f . if you like us on facebook you can have a chance to win a stereo system. also a live update on sunday's 49ers play off game at 9:00 following the news. >>> we are getting closer and closer to the 49ers matchup in green bay. 9ers back preparing for a cold game. 7500 tickets left for the game in green bay. they have had 319 consecutive sell outs. colin kaepernick born and raised in green bay, this is a childhood dream. >> having this opportunity is part of the dream. >> he has played cold weather games up there. >> so we have lots to talk about. all the build up for the 49ers,
ABC
Jan 4, 2014 6:00pm EST
-6. later in the half, more suffocating defense. rivera whods smith find the net. on to win by a final score of 77-60. brant had a huge first half giving the terps the lead. in the second half, maryland was up 17 points. terps and finished with 10 three-pointers on the day and win 77-61. the redskins are in full search mode for the next head coach. they are set to interview the vanderbilt head coach and the ravens offensive coordinator. today, bruce allen reportedly met with the panthers defensive coordinator. more as it comes. houston and north dakota -- chosen and north dakota. run comes to an end. they lose 35-7. aere may be what seems like million bowl games. this year, the play on the field will leave them wanting more as evidenced last night. in the third quarter, the buckeyes up. bryant with the play of the day. look at this. 34-29. leads just over a minute to go. miller gets picked off by anthony to seal the deal. 40-35.ers win another bowl to watch. he takes it up the middle for a 16-yard touchdown. murray led by three. heh over a minute to go, picks it up. he is hustling. 73 yards
PBS
Jan 2, 2014 3:00pm PST
the president gave a speech at the national defense university. and he strongly reiterated and renewed his commitment to close guantanamo. and he's been very committed to closing it from the beginning. and in this speech he said we are going to move forward on transfers. we're going to move forward on closing the facility. he announced the appointment of special envoys at the state department and the defense department who would be focused and moving forward on closure. i started the beginning of july. paul lewis, my counterpart at the defense department started in november. and so we are moving full speed ahead. and i'm also pleased that we are able to work with congress in the last few months to change the law in a way that remove some of the obstacles and restrictions that had lead to that slump that you referred to. and i think that's also going to be very helpful to us. >> is that what made the difference. and how did you prioritize who was going to be released first among these. >> in terms of changing the law and the law will be different in 2014, i think that is going to help us ve
FOX Business
Dec 31, 2013 10:00pm EST
and bacteria proliferate. ♪ ptect youmouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. ♪ ♪ the 18 of the country's largest technology companies today calling upon president obama and congress to implement sweeping reforms to stop further surveillance. the coalition saying that there is an urgent need to change spying practices. because according to microsoft people who use technology that they don't trust. and there is some irony in this statement when we look atall of the cyberattacks on technology around the country. and a new report about just how extensive the national security agency spying really is. they reportedly spent years spying on online gamers, including those playing world of warcraft. on xbox live. the outrage. obamacare architect ezekiel emanuel said young people haven't signed up for coverage because the obama administration hasn't sufficiently promoted it. my next guest says that he could not rate a greater piece of fiction in the obamacare narrative. we are joined
FOX Business
Jan 1, 2014 9:00am EST
] [laughter] [cheers] [applause] >> that but social awkwardness is not a sin in defense of liberty. john: i am socially awkward as well. i overcome it if i have to. but what is it about many of the people who like to analyze the opposite? is a personality type? >> economists would argue that everything we do when we fight for freedom and show up at rallies, when we care about the future of our country, economists will say that is irrational. the we happen to think it is the best thing to do because we care not only about our country, but her future, our kids futu, that is not normal in this country. at is what we have to face. >> it is part of our culture and part of our entrepreneurs. that is what freedom is about. hope to do it better next time. john: well, we should talk about the perspective of the comparing america to rome. what do you think? >> they have i debt and high valuation of currency. >> the so-called silver coin is only 2% silver. that is how they devalued it. charles: john: coming up, gladiators devalued currency. otherwise, america is just too much like rome. [cheers] [applae]
PBS
Dec 30, 2013 4:50am PST
on defense all system down the street and died at the ready and caught these on to seven fifteen and flows upstream defence minister said that at the johnston that said twenty five thousand australian batsmen had stuffed in the fun is done with the maximum deployment three to fifteen hundred in his death at one point. approximately four hundred lesson and that remaining in the goddess in training and advice because what the security forces. you know learning. the forty killed in action. we will bring. time not just down the snow but we will bring on the lessons learned the cost for the government now. he's too. this is what we've been doing for the last ten years from the perspective. all the white forth to try different sports. well all foreign troops raises issues about to catch up to walk on concrete but business and cannot women's prison are terrified about their future article. she flew to london in sixteen nineteen the use of guns done sick and not just business funding the was eighteen and fifteen iq is still often says painting from my dear teacher in the race. kidnappings and i ha
ABC
Dec 30, 2013 7:00am PST
'll take the stand in her own defense. lawyers are presenting two differing accounts of the night her husband was killed. in a 911 call, she's nearly hysterical. saying, we had an all-out, blow outfight. >> mrs. jeskey was beaten by mr. jeskey that night. >> reporter: her lawyers say she was beaten that night and introduced photos of evidence of bruises all over her body. she's pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. experts for both sides have said her ability to process and retain information was impacted when she had a brain tumor removed ten years ago. during a hearing earlier this year, the judge found her competent to stand trial. >> i think we presented a compelling case. two doctors both testified that she's not competent to stand trial. >> reporter: in his opening statement, her lawyer said she couldn't remember what happened the night her husband died, that the walls of her mind starting closing in. she became a wild animal and lashed out. the prosecution rested its case on friday after painting a picture of a woman accused of viciously wounding and murdering her husband w
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 6:00pm EST
possibility to contribute to the nation's defense. and it has in fact lifted a burden for months as citizens. what are the consequences of lifting that burden from us as citizens is to give washington a free hand in deciding when and where to commit u.s. forces. the american people effectively have forfeited ownership over what used to be called the american army. that army has now become washington's army. but in the use of that army, civilian and military elite in washington have proven to be both reckless and incompetent. the world's best military can certainly we are told we have the worlds best military and by many measures there is no question we do have the worlds best military. the worlds best military is supposed to win wars and indeed supposed to win wars quick we can decisively. the end of the cold war along with operation desert storm back in 1991 read that expectation of the military that would win quickly and decisively. the defense of those states, particularly even 9/11 have told a radically different story. we know how to start wars. but based on the evidence presented in an
FOX News
Jan 1, 2014 3:00pm PST
of stories behind the secretaries. ron mcnamara, he has a history. >> he was the secretary of defense first under kennedy and then under linden johnson during the big build-up in vietnam and certainly those years that he was secretary from '61 until '68 saw an enormous troop level increase in vietnam. later in his recent writings he has, in fact, admitted that some of the decisions he made were probably in error and so he's probably the only secretary that has admitted that they made a mistake. >> and there is a hallway full of secretaries? >> absolutely. >> i covered this guy not when he looked like this. don rumsfeld. here he is, the younger don rumsfeld, covering the 13th secretary of defense. >> he is famous for many reasons. he was the youngest and the oldest secretary of defense and also the only one that served twice as a secretary of defense. so he's got a very storied hi history and you see in this portrait a young rumsfeld during the nixon years and later on we'll see the rumsfeld that was here during 9/11. >> let's walk down the hall here. >> and down the hall, here he is. and as
NBC
Dec 30, 2013 2:00am PST
told very few people. fi officially, marie singleton worked for the department of defense? >> that was publicly disseminated yes. >> but she was working for the cia? >> yes. a clandestine job with the cia? when we come back, could marie singleton be hiding othsecrets? >> the mystery was just beginning. >> narrator: the day that changed marcus singleton's life began like any other, except that he had the day off from school. it was friday, november 11, 1994. marcus, then 8 years old was glued to the tv in his family's living room. >> i was watching a cartoon movie, a buggs bunny movie. my mom comes up the stairs, she says something to me, i'm thinking she's going somewhere, i'm like okay, yada, yada yada, i'm watching television splchlt so you were zoned out. >> suddenly i fell asleep. >> marcus woke up later that evening to the sound of his baby brother crying. >> i was like why is this little kid crying? where is everybody at? >> my stepfather calls me and says hey, is your mom home yet in i said where the heck are you guys? marquis won't stop crying. >> andre said that h
KICU
Dec 29, 2013 11:00pm PST
is accomplished. >> what snowden has done has unraveled a significant part of the defenses that we have set up after september 11. not just defense, but also some of our preemptive abilities to stop something before it happens. >> snowden said he wanted the public to know about nsa spying, and wants future decisions about terrorism to be made openly. >>> a swearing in features some political stars. bill clinton will administer to bill de blasio. he worked for the department of housing and urban development during clinton's presidency. he is honored to have both clintons there as he takes office. >>> michael bloomberg will not be attending the new year's eve celebration in times square. >> 3, 2, 1, happy new year! >> but today spider-man appeared to help test the confetti. on tuesday night, a ton of confetti will rain down on the crowd. an estimated 1 million people will show up in person at times square, about about 1 billion people watching on television. >>> earlier today, officials announced sonia sotomayor will lead the countdown at times square and push the button to make the big crystal
FOX News
Dec 31, 2013 6:00am PST
rosenthal goes on this political tirade in defense of democrats. does sit strike you as not only hypocritical bull also a childish temper tantrum in print? >> i say be wary of those who say they don't play politics. the "new york times" just like everybody on the left has done everything to belittle been gassive. but the fact is there is still no accountability. he is going to go into this rants about republic cans rather than calling for accountability wondering why the terrorists who committed this attack still haven't been arrested. wondering why those at the state department who were fired are back at the state department working, the fact that he would go on the defense for democrats and attack republicans really shows they are not interested in really what happened there. gregg: rosenthal focuses on republicans in the article. he seems oblivious that there are democrats who don't believe the article. congressman shift says there was intel involved. dianne feinstein said it was a terrorist safe tack linked to al qaeda. here what else she told "meet the press." isn't rosentha
KOFY
Dec 31, 2013 9:00pm PST
inconveniences to the play offs winning nfc north. today 49ers defense aaron roamingers on their mind. >> well i just think it's play off time. win or go home so everybody is playing that way so we expect to get best game. >> put the ball on the money. put the ball on the money from 40 yards off not very many people can do that. obviously make some ability to scramble and create off the run a little bit and keep the eyes down field and find receivers. >> 1:40 kick off sunday. rose bowl kicks off tomorrow in pasadena with stanford and michigan state facing off. stanford head coach shaw and defending champ but they have the hand full with one of the top defense in the country. these 2 teams very similar. lick to pound the ball on the ground and stout defense. stanford has a little advantage knowing what it takes to win after last year. michigan state didn't come across the country to california to lose. >> step out and dream big. our dream didn't end with the championship and coming to the rose bowl we want to win it. and that's our intention. one of the goals we had was winning the bowl game
FOX
Jan 3, 2014 10:00pm PST
. and this is a fiery head coach. and so that's why you have such a fiery offense and defense i mean even the special teams plays really hard. so it would be fun to play for this guy. i mean some of the things he says you know. and you know the players got to sit in the locker room and just shake their head. but it's fun, it's fun to play for a guy like that. that really knows football, puts you in the best position to succeed. but yet he's got a little humorous side to him. >> you mentioned that too. that's a perfect set up for a little collection if you will of his pearls of wisdom. he's really losened up and take a listen to some of the comments he has made leading up to the game against the packers. >> i heard him say that you would not hit a man with glasses. >> i have some scars. sometimes i will have you over for bar-be-que and show you my scars. i do it sometimes for my neighbors. >> sometimes i'm superstitious. >> grinding the meat. >> feels like you go to the dentist chair and 3-1/2 hours of getting a root canal done. >> happy as i can be. happy as i can be. >> i was and still am happier th
Al Jazeera America
Dec 31, 2013 3:00am EST
. the government defense forces confirmed that the fighting began early in the morning after rebel forces loyal to former vice president supported by tribal militias known as the white army attacked. and it's been confirmed that fresh fighting caused displacement to people, going the u.n. base. most of the fighting is taking place in bor and malabbinga, the capitals of south sudan's oil-producing religions, in malabbingal the fighting cost a massive destruction and high death toll. the town is in the hands of government troops, displaced residents are not confident enough to return to their hotels. >> recent fighting turned bus lipping malabbinga into a ghost town. apart from government soldiers, the town is almost deserted. this is the commander of the government forces who control it. the fighting was a continuation that started in juba. we withdrew from the town when they attacked. three days later, they began looting. we recaptured the town from them. >> bodies lie in the street, eerie reminders of the battles that took place there. >> in a town square, dozens of bodies are buried. hundreds
PBS
Jan 2, 2014 6:30pm PST
allegations it was good of the kickbacks defense how to say it could prove to be a lesson for the new government a petting farm national polls it was predicted to each of the sixty minute inclined to receive not counted by the indian government. you during that speech offered the contract and take it in fact the contract that manufactures end of the style restaurant to supply it with the vip he coughed into the indian air force has been canceled. david's father he called this morning even frozen and the company's chief executive was addressed to gossip and thirty four teams he peed right to seek your good deed. knowledge and actions of collating them were still officially scrapped the deed has been like you would as always with me. one of its predicted that some products. the opposition parties' see it's come to heat and that the cancellation than not insult the company golf its wrongdoings of employee it's all about. not a big hit of this woman nobody got killed she came to mind are too cute most intimate setting. it boasts a bobcat to joss all the trouble of those double bedded room
NBC
Jan 5, 2014 6:00pm PST
defense is the key. defense wins championships and the niners got the d, so i think that's going to bring them all the way. >> i think we're just showing what we're made of. they're doing excellent. green bay, so hot in their own weather, aren't they? >> we can play in the cold. >> those fans who made the trek to green bay had to brave the bitter cold, but at least they have the joy of the victory to keep them company on the way home. this game ranked among the coldest in nfl history. with the windchill, there's about an 80-degree difference in temperatures today between the south bay and green bay, which was at 10 below at kickoff. fans we talked to at rookie's sports lodge say while they would have loved to see the game in green bay, they are happy to have the game inside and are looking forward toth next season. >> freezing just talking about [ it. thank you very much. it will be nice to go to carolina. much warmer. >>> next at 6:00,o rescuers rac to the, race the tide to save a woman. we'll show you how she ended up more than 30 feet down a cliff. >>> and the numbers are in. christmas
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